For a limited time, we will charge a voluntary donation
of $10 to $40.
We are currently offering one topic. Below are some topics we have offered in the past. Email us if you vote that we repeat a particular workshop. Or make a suggestion of a topic that interests you.
Now Playing: UnFrozen!
Friday, February 20, 7 to 9:30 pm
As the weather freezes us out from summer fun, consider those parts of ourselves that we have put into hibernation.
Hibernation can be useful, as it conserves energy when the environment is too cold or barren to sustain life. Still, there's the matter of waking up.
This interACTIVE workshop gives participants a chance to experience any feelings, dreams, talents, needs or potentials they have put on hold, and would like to reawaken. We will also face the barriers that can get in our way.
Tame Your Inner Critic
Maybe you've met your inner critic. It's the part of you that freaks out when you make a mistake. It predicts failure, it nits, it picks, it summons depression and anxiety. These beauty snatchers see your own weakness in another person's strength, hurting your self esteem and breaking your connection with others.
This Inter-Active workshop allows you to explore this misguided part of you. You will personify it, play with it, argue with it, understand it, and ultimately transform it into a kinder, gentler coach.
This workshop presents techniques Professor Whitlock will be teaching in "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Comes Alive!" (Experiential Techniques to Deepen CBT) a workshop she's teaching July 15, 2014 at a Rutgers School of Social Work Continuing Education workshop.
Perhaps you remember that greeting Seinfeld seethed to his nemesis.
This fun and refreshing workshop allows us to say "Hello" to the Newman in our lives.
Carl Jung says, "Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to a better understanding of ourselves." This playful, interactive workshop helps us extract the lessons from that vexing, perplexing human so that he or she can loosen their grip on our soul.
A Playful Exploration of Irksome Beings
and why we're so Irkable
Let's honor the brave <
Free Spirits of the world. >
Unique individuals like <
Pippi Longstocking, Stargirl. >
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We explore the joys and perils <
of authenticliving through improv >
games and address <
the age-old question: >
Can you be yourself AND fit in? >
Superheroes and Villains
Be a dastardly villain.
Or a nerdy Clark Kent ready
to transform into a hero.
How about a damsel or dude in distress?
This workshop uses drama therapy and
improvisation to explore issues
of power and powerlessness.
These themes may resonate with those who have played the role of victim, caretaker, bad boy or avenger.
Copyright 2015 by Jennifer Whitlock, 93 Main Street, Newton, NJ 07860; Jen@JenWhitlock.com; 973-222-3750